Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Cessna 525A CitationJet2 Bizjet VH-MOR Calls into Central Queensland Airports - Plus More!

On Wednesday 28 February, Brisbane-based Cessna 525A CitationJet2 bizjet VH-MOR was back in CQ, noted arriving into Biloela / Thangool Airport from its Archerfield base.  It then flew to Moura Aerodrome before later heading to Gladstone Airport.  After an hour on the ground, VH-MOR returned to Moura before heading to Elliot Aerodrome in the Northern Territory.

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Also on Wednesday 28 February, Professional Jet Aviation Cessna 525 Citation CJ1 bizjet VH-CDG returned South to the Archerfield from Cairns via Mackay Airport and the Sunshine Coast.  It had flown North to Townsville via Bundaberg Airport on Monday 26 February - see Blog post below.

Also back in CQ on Wednesday 28 February was Mackellar Mining Equipment / Flight Options (Australia) Cessna 560 Citation Ultra VH-MMC, which touched down at Emerald Airport from its Sunshine Coast base.  At the time of writing, it was due to return to the Sunny Coast via Biloela / Thangool Airport on Thursday 1 March.

Also at Emerald Airport, as mentioned on our Facebook page, American registered Bombardier BD-700-1A10 Global 6000 bizjet N60XC touched down in the wee small hours of Tuesday 27 February from Seoul (Gimpo) International Airport via Townsville.

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It remains parked at Emerald Airport.

On the lighter side of corporate and other interesting General Aviation (GA) movements on Wednesday 28 February, Wolff Aviation Hawker Beechcraft C90GTi VH-VWG visited Rockhampton Airport from its Toowoomba base.

Lawrence Aviation (of New South Wales) Cessna 414A VH-DRN was noted visiting Emerald Airport while flying from Bankstown and Maitland to Cairns.  It was due to return to Bankstown from Cairns but flying via Roma Airport on Thursday 1 March.

Finally, Air Queensland Piper PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain VH-XLB was back in CQ on Wednesday 28 February having a big day of flying which saw it fly from its Redcliffe base to Emerald Airport and then onto Cairns via missed approaches at Clermont and Innisfail Aerodromes.

UPDATE!  On Thursday 1 March, VH-XLB returned South to Redcliffe from Cairns via a missed approach at Clermont Aerodrome and then a landing at Emerald Airport.  It then departed to Redcliffe via missed approaches at Rockhampton, Gladstone, Bundaberg, Maryborough and Sunshine Coast Airports.

Photo taken by Greg Weir  ©

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